Whether your breasts haven’t grown to the size you like, or you’ve lost volume due to weight loss or pregnancy, breast augmentation surgery can improve your cup size with a relatively simple procedure. Dr. Shahram uses implants to create larger, fuller breasts with a natural shape and feel.
Breast augmentation surgery, also known as breast augmentation or breast augmentation, is one of the most common procedures that involves placing implants under breast tissue to increase the size or change the shape of the breasts. Many women choose breast augmentation surgery to gain body confidence and feel comfortable with the size and shape of their breasts.
Breast augmentation surgery is an operation to enlarge the breasts, usually using implants filled with silicone or saline (a solution containing the same concentration of salts in the body). Sometimes breasts are enlarged due to fat in other parts of the body. Patients are generally satisfied with the results of breast augmentation, but it is first important to understand what is possible, what is not, and what care may be needed in the future.
People have this surgery to make their breasts bigger and improve their shape. Some women have smaller breasts than they would like. Also, breasts can sag with age or after pregnancy, breastfeeding, and weight loss. Breast augmentation can improve shape and sagging to some extent. In some women, one breast is much larger than the other. Breast augmentation can compensate for different sizes of breasts.
Implants are placed either behind the chest or behind the muscle where the chest is located. Inserting an implant behind the breast is the easiest option. Placing the implant under the muscle provides more filler for very slim women. Your surgeon will discuss with you the method that is best for you. Implants are usually inserted through an incision in the crease below the breast (submammary crease). They can also be inserted through an incision around the armpit or areola. A drain (a tube attached to a bottle or bag) is sometimes left to drain fluid or blood. This will be removed after a day or two from the ward.